Each year, people walk, run and shop for the cure. Millions of dollars are raised in the name of breast cancer, but where does this money go and what does it actually achieve? Léa Pool's thought-provoking film looks at the pink ribbon movement, and how corporate marketing has turned activism into consumerism.
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The Battery Man
Meet a man whose life was changed by electricity: an extraordinary person who can fry a hot dog with bare hands in an attempt to become the first human laser.
In 2008 the financial crisis swept across the modern world. Today, banks are still at the eye of the storm. This three-part BBC documentary series examines recent scandals that have shaken the...
Do You Really Want To Know?
Three families face the difficult decision of whether or not to be tested for Huntington’s disease – a degenerative neurological illness that is akin to having ALS,...
We Are the Giant
This powerful documentary takes you behind the frontlines of the Arab Spring uprisings in Libya, Syria and Bahrain. Filmed largely in ...
Eight octogenarian players with 703 years between them meet in Inner Mongolia for the World over-80s Table Tennis Championships. Among them: Terry, 81, who’s been given a week to live, but has...
Why do a billion people still live in poverty worldwide, and what can be done to change this? A collection of films by independent filmmakers tackle the issue and pose challenging questions...
Emergency Room: Life and Death at VGH
Accidents and emergency don't know it's the holiday season. In these two special episodes of Emergency Room: Life and Death at VGH, viewers are invited...
Anti - Social Limited
Follows charismatic and streetwise Chris Hoard, a former drug dealer who wants to turn his life around by starting a construction company.